Bloomberg UTV - Sustainable Buildings Summit, Mumbai,

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IGBC presentation has been well received by participants present in the Building Summit, Mumbai. IGBC was part of the panel discussion on‘Climate Change & Sustainability Services’ and one presentation.


Amongst the delegates, senior people include Mr. V Suresh, Mr. Sunil Mantri, Mr V Jayaraman ( COO-GMR), Mr. Chaitanya Kalia (E&Y),Mr. Shivakumar (Karnataka State Council for Science & Tech), Mrs. Mala Singh, Mr. Faizan Thokan ( Sunil Mantri Realty Ltd), Mr. Shakti Parmar ( Shakti Parmar & Associates), Mr. Chandrashekar Hariharan, Mr. Rustom Dadabhoy (HIRCO), Mr. Barun Chowdhury ( Shapoorji Pallonji & Co. Ltd), Ms Priya Vakil (EdEn), Dr. Aseem (Emphasis landscapes),Mr. Zubin (ZZ Architects), Mr. Dhar (Runwal Group), Mr Pradeep (TERI) and representatives from Godrej Interio Saint Gobain, Nerolac, Sika, DBS bank, Interface FLOR, KPMG, Philips,etc

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Bloomberg UTV - Sustainable Buildings Summit, Mumbai,

  1. 1. CII Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Center, Suzlon One Earth, Pune Hyderabad, LEED NC Platinum LEED NC- platinium Bloomberg UTV Sustainable Buildings Summit Green Building Movement in India Mumbai, 28 March 2012® © Confederation of Indian Industry Terminal 3, New Delhi Crisil House, Mumbai
  2. 2. At the Outset CII-IGBC Congratulates Bloomberg UTV for coming up with a Green Initiative like – Sustainable Building Summit, which is first of its kind in India® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  3. 3. Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)Launched byConfederation of IndianIndustry (CII) in 2001Pioneering GreenBuilding movement inIndia® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  4. 4. Green Building Movement in IndiaS No Criteria 2001 Till date 1 CEOs & senior people involved 50 ≈ 10,000 No. of professionals trained on 2 Green Building concepts 10 ≈ 16,000 No. of registered Green Buildings 10 1,537 3 Built – in Area (sq.ft) 20k 1.10 Billion Green Building products & 4 equipment 5 120 IGBC Member organisations 1,161 5 (Founding Members) 0 (109) 6 IGBC Local Chapters 0 12 7 IGBC Accredited Professionals 0 758 ® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  5. 5. Green Building Movement in India In 2001, 1 Green Building 20,000 sq.ft. 1,523 Green Buildings,® 1.10 Billion sq.ft © Confederation of Indian Industry
  6. 6. Green Building Movement - Growth1600 1,53712001000 884 800 Registered Certified 600 465 400 322 223 134 200 63 80 30 1 0 10 2 17 5 40 10 15 2 1 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 All types of buildings, all over the country : Airports, Banks, Colleges, Convention Centre, Factories, Hospitals, Hotels, ® Institutions, IT Parks, Offices, Residential, Schools, SEZs, Townships . . . © Confederation of Indian Industry
  7. 7. Green Buildings in MaharashtraMaharashtra – Has MaximumGreen Buildings in IndiaNo of Green buildings :364+(India:1,537) Includes Office buildings, Homes, Factory buildings, Hotels, Hospitals, TownshipsGreen building foot print :284 million sq.ft+(India:1,100)® Maharashtra well poised to become role model for other states
  8. 8. Rating programmes to suit different building typesProgrammes launched IGBC Green Home Rating IGBC Green Factory Rating IGBC Green SEZs IGBC Green Townships LEED India NC (New Construction) LEED India CS (Core and Shell)Other programmes on the anvil IGBC Green Landscape* IGBC Green Schools* IGBC Existing Buildings * * Rating under development® Rating systems applicable for all 5 climatic zones in India © Confederation of Indian Industry
  9. 9. Launch of LEED 2011 for India-CS® Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Hon’ble Minister of New & Renewable Energy launching the LEED 2011 for India –CS at Green Building Congress 2011, New Delhi © Confederation of Indian Industry
  10. 10. Launch of Green Homes Version 2 The advanced IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) Green Homes Rating System (Version® 2.0) of CII was launched today by Mr Naresh Zurmure, Additional Municipal Commissioner (Gen.) Pune Municipal Corporation at CII’s National Conference on Green Homes 2012. © Confederation of Indian Industry
  11. 11. Government & CII - IGBC…Green Building Guidelines for Maharashtra CII -IGBC developed Guidelines along with the Environment Department, Govt of Maharashtra Ms Valsa Nair Singh, IAS, Secretary, Environment Department, Govt. of Maharashtra® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  12. 12. Government & CII - IGBC…Ministry of Environment andForests (MoEF) Notification onGreen Buildings Faster Environmental Clearance to projects applying for IGBC Green Building Certification® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  13. 13. Government & CII - IGBC…Additional FAR of 5% for IGBC rated GreenBuildings by Greater Noida DevelopmentAuthority Plot size of 5,000 sq.m and above To achieve a minimum of Gold rating® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  14. 14. Cost of Green Buildings - Indian Experiences Building Year Built-in Area Rating % increase Payback awarded (Sq.ft) Achieved in cost (Yrs)CII-Godrej GBC, Hyderabad 2003 20,000 Platinum 18 % 7 yearsITC Green Centre, Gurgaon 2004 1,70,000 Platinum 15 % 6 yearsWipro, Gurgaon 2005 1,75,000 Platinum 8% 5 yearsTechnopolis, Kolkata 2006 72,000 Gold 6% 3 yearsSpectral Services 2007 15,000 Platinum 8% 4 yearsConsultants Office, NoidaHITAM, Hyderabad 2007 78,000 Silver 2% 3 yearsKalpataru Square, Mumbai 2009 1,00,000 Platinum 2% 2 years ® Cost showing a decreasing trend over the years Incremental Cost lower if base design has already factored normal Green features © Confederation of Indian Industry
  15. 15. Benefits in 223 Certified Green Buildings, IndiaEnvironmental Benefit Average Benefits Benefits Category /Million Sq.ft Per year Co2 reduction 12,000 Tons 0.89 M Tons Energy savings 15,000 MWh 11 Lakh MWh Water savings 45,000 KL 33 Lakh KL Construction waste 450 Tons 33,000 Tonsdiverted from landfills Renewable energy, - 2,500 kW (Installed capacity)® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  16. 16. Measures – Sustain PerformancePhysical Audit – before certificationAdditional Commissioning Authority Ensure building performanceEnergy & Water Annual data collection – initiatedWorking on Innovative ways of Measuring, Monitoring Bella Vista, Mumbai ® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  17. 17. Quality of LifeBuild healthy communities Possible solutions Lung spaces - parks, gardens Safe roads Inclusive communities® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  18. 18. Walk to Work, Reduced automobile use Residential Spaces Retail Spaces Office Spaces® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  19. 19. Avani Residence Shempark Homes IGBC Platinum IGBC- PlatinumSimple measures : Easy to implement ® T Zed Homes, Viswa Syamalam IGBC Platinum IGBC Platinum © Confederation of Indian Industry
  20. 20. Energy EfficiencyEnhanced Lighting Systems & ControlAir-Conditioning SystemsMinimum BEE 3 Star Rated AppliancesHigh Performance Walls, RoofsEfficient GlazingMaximise the Usage of Daylighting &Natural Ventilation® Retaining the Traditional Architecture & Structural Stability © Confederation of Indian Industry
  21. 21. Energy Efficient Appliances: Comparision - Efficacy Good T12, 38 mm 60 Lm/W Better T8, 26 mm 68 Lm/W Best T5, 16 mm 104 Lm/W® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  22. 22. Enhancing Water EfficiencyUltra Low Flow Fixtures Taps fitted with AeratorsUltra Low Flush fixtures 3/6 liters per flush – dual flush Low Flow UrinalsBetter Irrigation SystemsUsage of treated grey water for landscaping® Every drop of water counts . . . © Confederation of Indian Industry
  23. 23. Water Efficient fixtures Flush fixtures® Aerators Flow fixtures © Confederation of Indian Industry
  24. 24. Waste ManagementSegregation of Recyclable Waste Paper Plastic Organic Waste CII – Suresh Neotia Centre of Excellence for Leadership, Kolkata® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  25. 25. Better Indoor QualityLow VOC finishing products Paints Polishing Adhesives Sealants® © Confederation of Indian Industry
  26. 26. To Sum UpGreen Buildings & Townships Tremendous opportunity for tangible & intangible savingsTremendous Benefits Individual Society NationInstil in the citizens A Sense of Pride Contribution to society ® Ultimately, resulting in Indian Industry quality of life © Confederation of a better
  27. 27. Thank You Go Green® www.igbc.in © Confederation of Indian Industry

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